Friday, March 10, 2023

Friday's News Links

[CNBC] Dow falls for a fourth day as Silicon Valley Bank woes hit banking shares: Live updates

[Reuters] Global shares hit by jittery banks ahead of U.S. payrolls

[Reuters] Europe's banks sucked into global rout as high rates reality hits home

[Reuters] SVB Financial shares slide again on concerns over balance sheet

[Reuters] SVB in talks to sell itself, as crisis triggers global banking rout

[CNBC] Payrolls rose 311,000 in February, more than expected, as jobs growth stays hot

[Reuters] Silicon Valley Bank scrambles to reassure clients after 60% stock wipe-out

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] SVB Races to Prevent Bank Run as Funds Advise Pulling Cash

[Yahoo Finance] Why Silicon Valley Bank's crisis is rattling America's biggest banks

[Reuters] Exclusive: Wall Street examines risks around short-dated options as warnings rise-sources

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Devastating Pacific Storm Threatens Flooding for California

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Kuroda Sticks With BOJ Easing, Hits Yen Again at Last Meeting

[Reuters] BOJ keeps ultra-low rates at Kuroda's final policy meeting

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Ukraine Latest: Zelenskiy Urges Swift Repairs After Attacks

[Reuters] China's Xi secures precedent-breaking third term as president

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] US-China Downward Spiral Raises Fresh Fears of Eventual Conflict

[Reuters] North Korean leader Kim calls for intensified drills in case of 'real war'

[CNN] Saudi Arabia and Iran agree to resume ties, reopen embassies, Iranian state media reports

[Bloomberg] Why Is Everyone Talking About SVB? Here's Everything We Know About the Bank Right Now

[Bloomberg] One Bank Folds, Another Wobbles and Wall Street Asks If It’s a Crisis

[WSJ] Banks Lose Billions in Value After Tech Lender SVB Stumbles

[WSJ] Fear Over Social Security’s Future Leads Some to Claim Retirement Benefits Early

[WSJ] China and Taiwan Relations Explained: What’s Behind the Divide

[WSJ] Adani Group Stocks’ Recovery Is on Shaky Ground

[FT] Haruhiko Kuroda sticks to his guns in last Bank of Japan meeting after ‘bazooka’ decade

[FT] Is this time different for Japanese government bonds?

[FT] Investors nervously watch for impact of ECB shrinking its bond holdings